01 / 03 / 2023
Press Conference Forensic Architecture/Forensis: Fire in Moria Refugee Camp
Forensic Architecture and Forensis in a press conference discussing findings of a recent investigation about the Moria fire, with the participation of lawyers representing the defendants and the MoriaTrialWatch initiative by Solomon and omniatv.
21 / 06 / 2022
Facing 10 years in prison for an act of desperation
A year and a half ago, a young pregnant woman from Afghanistan, living at the Mavrovouni camp on Lesvos, attempted suicide by setting fire to her tent. On June 22, 2022, she stands trial, accused of arson with intent.
05 / 03 / 2021
A fire in tent 959
A heavily pregnant Afghan woman set herself on fire, after hearing her transfer to Germany was postponed again. The act was viewed as "a cry for help" by many. The woman had been living in Lesbos' infamous camps for over a year.
30 / 12 / 2020
Our last flight of 2020 (or going back when everyone is gone)
How important is it in journalism to revisit the same places as well as the stories that might have been already told?
08 / 12 / 2020
Human traces in Moria, three months after the fire
A photo essay by Elias Marcou.
07 / 12 / 2020
Moria’s “missing” migrants
When multiple fires destroyed Europe’s notorious refugee camp, it became apparent that more than 3,000 asylum seekers were missing already. While authorities remain silent regarding their whereabouts, we met some of them. We witnessed them living in limbo, working under exploitation, and being victims of brutal attacks; crossing borders to reach the “European dream” or failing to do so. We also delved into the government’s practices of fabricating the numbers.
08 / 11 / 2020
The night when “hell” burned down
Two months after the fire that destroyed Moria camp, the overcrowded refugee facility on the island of Lesvos, an asylum seeker who lived there, remembers the events of that night and what happened in the days that followed.
16 / 10 / 2020
The questionable safety in ‘safe zones’
Theoretically, “24-hour care and emergency protection” is provided to the unaccompanied minors in the safe zones of the refugee camps. But the cases that Solomon brings to light show that reality is often far from what is expected in theory.